June 24, 2024

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Wout van Aert Discover Tailored Ski Tours: Belgian Theatre, Cobbled Theatre, Killer Mountains and Beginning in Denmark |  sports

Wout van Aert Discover Tailored Ski Tours: Belgian Theatre, Cobbled Theatre, Killer Mountains and Beginning in Denmark | sports

Denmark will be the venue for next year’s Grand Départ. It opens with a fixed time of 13 kilometers in the capital, Copenhagen. Immediately an opportunity for Wout van Aert to beat Yellow. The second stage (199 km) and the third (182 km) are also held on Danish soil, each time with opportunities for runners. Although in the second stage you have to look forward to the final pass over the Storebælbro, an 18 kilometer bridge over the Great Belt strait. If the wind is there…

A rest day is planned for the fourth day of the tour – then Peloton will travel from Denmark to northern France. The fourth stage ends in Calais, but it is already looking forward to the fifth stage. This would be a challenging cobbled stage, with Wallers-Arenberg and no less than eleven cobbled sections arriving. Ranking guys are already holding their breath. Belgium can also welcome the tour back. Hainaut Binche is actually the starting point for the sixth stage, which crosses (large parts of) Wallonia and reaches French Longwy.

In the first week, the peloton awaits its first grueling finish, at the Super Planche des Belles Filles, where Dylan Teuns triumphed in 2019 and Tadej Pogacar mastered the Tour in 2020 in a stunning time trial. We’ll have plenty of finishes going into the next round, with finishes on Col du Granon, Alpe d’Huez, Peyragudes and Hautacam as executioners in particular.

(Probably) the Tour will get its determination in the final beta, on the penultimate day. Between Lacapelle-Marival and Rocamadour, the riders must travel 40 kilometers. On July 24 – of course – the traditional end will be on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. With Wout van Aert winning again?

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Overview. This is what the tour looks like

Stage 1. July 1, 2022: Copenhagen – Copenhagen (13 km, time of trial)

The second phase. 2 July 2022: Roskilde – Nyborg (199 km, level)

Stage 3. 3 July 2022: Vejle – Sonderborg (182 km, level)

Stage 4. 5 July 2022: Dunkirk – Calais (174 km, flat)

level five. July 6, 2022: Lille – Arenberg Walers (155 km, cobbled)

Stage 6. July 7, 2022: Bench – Longwe (220 km, The Hills)

Stage 7. 8 July 2022: Tomballin – La Blanche des Belles Felices (176 km, uphill)

Stage 8. July 9, 2022: Doule – Lausanne (184 km, hills)

Stage 9. July 10, 2022: Eagle – Shuttle (183 km, uphill)

Stage 10. 12 July 2022: Morzine – Megève (148 km, uphill)

Stage 11. July 13, 2022: Albertville – Col de Granon (149 km, uphill)

Stage 12. July 14, 2022: Brianson – Alpes d’Huez (166 km, uphill)

Stage 13. 15 July 2022: Port d’Oisan – Saint-Etienne (193 km, Flac)

Stage 14. 16 July 2022: Saint-Etienne – Mendy (195 km, hills)

Stage 15. 17 July 2022: Rodez – Carcassonne (200 km, flat)

Stage 16. July 19, 2022: Carcassonne- Foix (179 km, The Hills)

Stage 17. 20 July 2022 Saint-Gaudens – Peygragudes (130 km, hill climb)

Stage 18. July 21, 2022: Lourdes – Otakam (143 km, ascending)

Stage 19. July 22, 2022: Castalnau-Magnoac – Cahors (189 km, flat)

Stage 20. July 23, 2022: La Capel Marival – Rocamadour (40 km, time trial)

Stage 21. July 24, 2022: Thoiri – Paris (112 km, flat)

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We still have to wait a while for the 2022 round, but in cyclo-cross there is already a lot of action. Register your choice of “Golden Cross” here: